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Lauren is very detail oriented, and she packed the entire day with so many details. For example, when she was getting ready, she had a lace from grandma’s dress incorporated into her robe, collection of old stamps, a saying her grandma had used to tell her written on a ribbon in the bouquet, wedding dresses of her mom and grandma displayed at the reception, old plates from family collection, painting of Eiola by grandma that was also made into invitation cards, or 3 rings (mom, sister and Lauren) made of a grandma’s jewels. As you can see Grandma was a big part of their wedding, and she definitely was there in spirit with them.
But not only Lauren is sentimental, Nick also surprised us all with the present he made for Lauren. It was a hand made box, with small personal gifts and 10 “why do I love you” cards, that made everyone cry. I loved when they asked the longest married couple, at the anniversary dance, what advice you’d give to the newlyweds. And the husband said: “I wouldn’t, they got it”. And I agree, they got it.

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  • Linda Czarniecki - August 26, 2016 - 9:51 am

    Here you go again! Your videos are just spectacular. I enjoy watching every single one of them. What a beautiful video this gorgeous bride and groom have to treasure for ever!!!ReplyCancel


Khrystyna and Steven had a wedding at the St. Clements Castle. Khrystyna is originally form Ukraine and most of the family and friends couldn’t attend the wedding. So they had some family members Skyping the entire wedding for her mom, dad and siblings. I got few shot of them in the video too.
I love the garden at St. Clements. So many different spots to take great pictures. We also waited until the last possible minute of the sunset, to get those golden hour shots as you see in the video. The window to do this was so small. About 5 minutes and it was gone. We worked with our good friend John from Prestige Barkley Photography. Love that guy. Check out his website

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This time we went to Boston. A beautiful Chinese/Vietnamese wedding at the Tower Hill Botanic Garden ‘THBC’. But before the garden we had these traditional Chinese and Vietnamese customs: groom games in front of the bride house and of course the tea ceremonies. Jenny and Jimmy had the first look at the Old Stone Church in West Boylston. Jimmy got really emotional when he saw Jenny for the first time in a white dress, and we just love that. He was really so happy the entire day. Just watch what he does, when they are proclaimed husband and wife (hint: Tiger W.)

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We love Indian weddings. Shetal is our good friend I know for 6 years now. We met at a wedding in St. Lucia. That is for another story though. I really enjoy the wedding preps. Many hands at once helping the bride to put on Sari and about 5 pounds of jewelry. The results are stunning. Dave, although not exactly sure how to go about some traditions, was so happy and smiling the entire time. Enjoy this beautiful wedding video.

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  • Linda Czarniecki - July 7, 2016 - 6:20 pm

    Just beautiful. Love the Indian wedding traditions. Just lovelyReplyCancel


Stunning, Mediterranean style wedding on LI. I was absolutely smitten by Jenna. One of our most beautiful brides ever. Oh yeah, James was cool too. The ceremony was at the Vanderbilt Museum. What a place. It has all these cool places to do photo shoots, we couldn’t even do most of them. I wish we had little more time. And the shots from the tower are my favorite shots I have ever done. We almost didn’t even do them. It was a last minute thing. Am I glad we did. I can’t take credit for securing the location though, that was a fantastic photographer Elmer Escobar. See their pictures here.

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  • Lina - June 23, 2016 - 8:34 am

    David did the most wonderful job on this video. I wish I could take all the comments and shares from this video and put it on here. People took the video from our (the family) Facebook pages and shared with their friends etc. etc. down the line. Lots of people said they have to watch it over and over, it’s like movie, everyone said it makes you cry, just unbelievable!! You just feel the love through this video. The love that is truly there and so strong. Thank you David for capturing Jenna and James’ deep deep love and our families’ everlasting love through your excellent work.ReplyCancel

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